Welcome Eaglemoss Delorean Builders
We need your help! This page will be a resource for Eaglemoss DeLorean builders who want to use our Flux Capacitor in place of the stock Eaglemoss version. We want to help the community of builders by including your mod guides, photos, and videos on this page.
We welcome mod guides and tips in all languages as almost half of all our products sold are to France, Germany as well as many other countries.
Please email us if you have anything to contribute! Madgeekcollectibles@gmail.com
Will we produce a 1:8 version of our Flux Capacitor?
We have had many inquiries from Eaglemoss DeLorean builders about using our Flux Capacitor in their models instead of the stock Eaglemoss version. Despite the Eaglemoss model being 1:8 scale, we think our 1:10 scale Flux Capacitor looks amazing installed in the model and the lighting effect is far more movie accurate.
As much as we'd like to produce a 1:8 scale version, the tooling (steel molds) for our many small parts is extremely expensive and therefore not an option for us at this time. But again, several current builders have said that our 1:10 scale Flux Capacitor looks great installed.
We have even seen a very impressive mod incorporating our Flux Capacitor with external Arduino control!
Limited Stock Remaining
If you have not yet purchased our Mini Flux Capacitors please visit our store as we have a limited quantity available before being completely sold out.
We are not yet sure if we will have more in stock to sell in the future.
Check out these resources:
Video of our Flux Capacitor installed in an Eaglemoss Delorean build: https://youtu.be/60nGuv1ZKZY
Another great video of the install (thank you Johan): https://youtu.be/bBfkWd0WYTI
Another great video of the install (thank you Justin): https://youtu.be/Mm3h9OKEoj0
French installation guide (thank you Johan): Matériels nécessaires pour motif Flux.pdf
English Installation Video Guide (thank you Daniel): https://youtu.be/LZP6LDkQouw
Eaglemoss Delorean French fan site https://www.rvlf.fr
Thanks to Frank for these great photos: https://forum.rvlf.fr/viewtopic.php?t=2162&p=14394#p14394